She’s most famous for being Oprah’s best friend, but she’s earned her own place in the spotlight thanks to her talent and hard work. Gayle King says one of the most exciting parts about aging these days is you never know what the next chapter will be.
Bob Worrell was the oldest archer at the National Senior Games and came away with the gold in his age group and a new record! Find out how he’s kept his love for the sport right on target! (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
Not everyone is willing to age gracefully! We found a group of women doing something a little bit different — they’re learning to fight to keep their vitality. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
One of the pioneers in the field of accelerated learning says not only do we not have to accept the notion that our memory will naturally decrease with age, we can fight it and even do specific things to improve brain power. Michael Gelb explains how you can give your brain a workout.
Author Howard Frank Mosher has been described as a living, breathing Mark Twain. So when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he did what he knows best — he wrote about his journey to recovery and finding a reason to live.
As a child, doctors urged Temple Grandin’s parents to institutionalize her. They refused, and today, she’s one of the most famous people with autism and is a scientist whose ideas change the way our livestock is treated. She shares her incredible story.
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